Lightning strikes sparked house fires in several Massachusetts communities on Friday afternoon as storms rolled through the region.
Downpours and storms are crossing New England, bringing an end to the oppressive heat and humidity that’s been in place for a week.
More than a month into the Atlantic hurricane season, the first hurricane of the season has formed. Beryl reached hurricane strength early Friday morning.
A powerful cold front from Canada has arrived in Vermont and will sweep through from northwest to southeast.
A Vermont cross-country ski area is experimenting with how long it can make snow last throughout the year.
The heat wave that has lasted a week in some parts of New England is nearly done, but not quite yet.
Our heat will break by the weekend.
Saturday and Sunday can’t get much nicer. Both days should feature sunshine, low humidity and temperatures around 80°.
The hottest Independence Day in Boston was back in 1911 with a high temperature of 104°. Temperatures, thanks to the easterly wind may stay in the 80s.
Although heat continues across New England Wednesday, there are some subtle changes that make a difference
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